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Calm Before The Storm For Southeast and East; A Brief Respite For West

Another large scale low pressure system will impact the Southeast and East, today through at least Saturday; which could disrupt travel. Hazards include heavy to excessive rain with flood concerns, severe t-storms, and perhaps some snow on the backside of the system. Meanwhile, another series of moist Pacific storms will begin to roll into the West Coast and West later today through the weekend. Read More >

Upper Air Maps

 

The upper air maps are updated twice a day. They are updated once in the morning (typically between 7am and 9am central time) - these are called the 12z maps. They are also updated once in the evening (typically between 7pm and 9pm central time) - these are called the 00z maps.

Upper Air Maps From Storm Prediction Center
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Morning Maps
Evening Maps

Additional Links

Upper Air Maps - current, unanalyzed, and archived maps from SPC
Upper Air Data - upper air maps, soundings, and wind profiler information from NCAR
Soundings - upper air soundings from across the United States from SPC
SPC Mesoanalysis - real-time objectively analyzed maps from SPC, with a focus on severe weather parameters
Composite Map - interactive map where you can overlay several different weather maps